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Trips

Yoga Journey

I have always struggled with yoga practice. As a fitness enthusiast, I thought that yoga was the antithesis to my workout goals, and simply just stretching. Western medicine just wasn’t for me. My mother, a rebellious soul, stood on her head for years, but I couldn’t be bothered. What I... Read More

Miami Sunshine

Solid and Striped top Eres sarong Miami, a multi-cultural hotspot, has definitely won a special place in my heart. I have been going to Art Basel for many years, but this time my family and I spent a wonderful nine days in the warm Miami sunshine. Sizzling with Latin, Caribbean, and... Read More

A Staycation in New York City

Galimer top, SHOP SIMILAR Rag & Bone tech jeans Alaia coat Manolo Blahnik shoes Hey December! The holidays have you stressed? After a nice, relaxing, long holiday weekend, it’s hard to dive right back into work, a routine, and the post-Election blues. And the on and off fickle weather certainly doesn’t help.... Read More

Arizona Postcard

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of going to The Boulders Resort and Spa in Arizona. The Boulders, a retreat surrounded by Boulders, cacti, bob cats and road runners, defines getting away from it all. Hard as it is for me to sit still, I barely left the property.... Read More

Barcelona Spain

It is hardly a secret that Barcelona has become such a hot destination. What’s is surprising is how long it took the world to catch on to discover all of its charms. As a art fanatic, culture hound, foodie, lover of all things beautiful, and of course, searching for the... Read More

Summer Holidays

Summer holidays offer that little bit of extra time in our lives when can explore and travel. On the subject of travel, I have major wanderlust, but have yet to return to the far-away places I loved as child. In my teenage years, as a family unit, we traveled to... Read More

Rincón, A Surfer’s Paradise

Last week I had at the ultimate pleasure of traveling to Rincón Puerto Rico, a surfer’s paradise, for a yoga, SUP (stand-up paddle) surfing retreat with JB Yoga. Rincon is a place like no other, an authentic surfing town. Case in point, I asked an aging hippie on the beach in Rincón, what makes... Read More

For The Slopes, A Checklist

I am getting excited about my winter holiday out west. Skiing is one of the best perks of winter, of course including taking mid-mountain hot chocolate breaks, sitting by the fire, and soaking in the hot tub after a long day on the slopes. You see what I really enjoy.... Read More

Wanderlust

I don’t need a reason to travel, I need an excuse. Our collective lives are constantly on the go, off to work, shuffling the kids, making dinner, food shopping, going to the gym, etc. Not to mention the financial piece that prevents us from traveling as much as we want. (... Read More

A Quick Escape

According to travel experts and our local news stations, the next few weeks promise to be a great time to get out of town for a quick jaunt before the start of the holiday season. Which means there is no time like the present to start thinking about your airport style and what... Read More